In this seminar we will discuss the importance of creating accessible activities as well as present tools and strategies that will make activities more accessible and is intended for professionals who are new to or novices with accessibility.
Participants will learn how to frame undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative inquiry experiences to their students by using the terms of transferable career readiness skills identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) as in demand by employers.
Often, we have big goals for our programs but they may feel abstract or out of reach. Perhaps we have a sense that our programs are working great for some folks but we aren’t reaching others and we don’t know why. This online intensive will provide an implementation assessment model that is practical, user-friendly, and will help you be more intentional about where to put your time and resources.
Participants will learn to center equitable pedagogical practices in undergraduate research mentoring and lead campus efforts toward anti-oppression, antiracism, and social justice in undergraduate research administration.